Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Programme

We work with the Australian Army to improve health and living conditions in remote communities in northern and central Australia.

Each year the Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Programme (AACAP) works with a remote community to build things like community centres, roads, sewerage treatment plants and health clinics. Army medical staff also provide health checks for locals.

This improves health and living standards in the community as well as creating job and training opportunities for locals.

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